Three days in Vientiane | Laos

Laos was the first country I travelled entirely on my own, back in 2015 (if I don't count my solo ten days in Thailand two years previous). Katie and I had been travelling together for two months, around Cambodia and Vietnam and we both had flights booked home from Hanoi in Vietnam. But not ready to … Continue reading Three days in Vientiane | Laos

Cruising the Norwegian Fjords

Last July I went on a cruise holiday to Norway with my family and I felt it deserved its own post, because the scenery was absolutely incredible. Norway has always been a country I wanted to visit because I had wanted to see the fjords; they always looked stunning in photos! Our cruise was a … Continue reading Cruising the Norwegian Fjords

My Week Volunteering at Elephants World | Thailand

This is another throwback blog post from my first trip away, five years ago to Thailand. I had booked to travel for a month, during my university holidays and I decided to extend my trip for a week, to go and volunteer at the Elephants Sanctuary I had visited earlier in the trip. I was … Continue reading My Week Volunteering at Elephants World | Thailand

Two days in Milan

Back in July, after a couple of days exploring Lake Como in Northern Italy, I travelled down to Milan. I caught the train, which took about an hour and only cost about four euros which was super cheap! When I arrived, it was about 9pm and I found my hostel which was only about five … Continue reading Two days in Milan

Malaysia, Truly Asia!

Kuala Lumpur After a week in Borneo, I spent just over a week in Malaysian mainland, arriving first into the capital Kuala Lumpur quite late at night. The following day we got up early to go exploring, and already even at that time although it was overcast, it was really muggy and hot! Our first … Continue reading Malaysia, Truly Asia!

Whale Sharks and Waterfalls in Oslob | Philippines

Swimming with whale sharks in Oslob in the Filipino island of Cebu has become quite a controversial activity, because people are concerned about how domesticated these wild animals have become. They used to migrate naturally, but fishermen started to feed them, to attract tourists. Obviously this has unfortunately disrupted their feeding patterns and resulted in a … Continue reading Whale Sharks and Waterfalls in Oslob | Philippines

Cambodiaaa

  This is a long overdue post about a trip I made to South East Asia back in 2015. I had previously visited Thailand back in 2013, and so in 2015 my friend Katie and I just spent a week in Thailand and then two months travelling Cambodia and Vietnam together. I then continued on … Continue reading Cambodiaaa

The Incredible Komodo Islands | Indonesia

As a David Attenborough fan, I figured I couldn't go all the way to Indonesia and not see Komodo dragons! I was a bit nervous because its not such a well trodden path, but at this point I was with my friend Jordan so  at least I wasn't doing it on my own. So we booked … Continue reading The Incredible Komodo Islands | Indonesia

Throwback To My First Ever Trip | Thailand

This is actually a reminiscent post about my first trip to Thailand a few years back , so I'm kind of cheating here but 1) I didn't have a blog website back then and 2) I'm not away at the moment so have to reminisce about something! So back to the beginning- in between university studies, I took my … Continue reading Throwback To My First Ever Trip | Thailand

Fun in the Philippines! First Stop, Bohol

I just got back from three weeks in the Philippines- a country I have wanted to visit for a long time and for good reason, as it turned out to be one of the most naturally beautiful countries I've ever been to. The Philippines is made up of over seven thousand islands and over the three weeks I was there I only … Continue reading Fun in the Philippines! First Stop, Bohol